Case suggests cord-blood stem cells may hold promise for cerebral palsy

03/11/2008 | MSNBC

A two-year-old is showing fewer signs of cerebral palsy after his own stem cells, preserved from his cord blood, were infused intravenously last July. While the boy's care wasn't part of a controlled case study, NBC News' chief medical editor said it should not be overlooked in the progressing studies of stem cell treatments.

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